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  1. anonymous
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    refresh ur page

  2. anonymous
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    and do not type in ASK QUESTION COLOUMN type ur response under my response

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    now that's right

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    This is my first time on this website.

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    oh it's ok

  6. anonymous
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    The problem is multiply to complex fractions with a varible.

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    I don't know how to express it using equation. It will not let me express it in fractions.

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    k you write in words i will try to understand

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    ok

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    two and two nineths * x, over four thirds * three halves

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    4/3*2/3=8/9 (20*x/9)/8/9=((20*x)/9)*(9/8)=(20*x)/8=(5*x)/2

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    got it?

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    yes.

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    so any more q

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    yes.

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    two and two nineths * x, over four thirds * three halves

  17. anonymous
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    express in numbers as i explained u

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    I got for my answer as 2X over 18

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    I wish I had a way of writing it better.

  20. anonymous
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    you have 2/3 in your expression and it should have been 3/2

  21. anonymous
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    The first side is 18/9 over 4/3

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    This is then multiplied by X over 1 and 1/2. Is that clearer?

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    sry i m busy with other prob so i will reply u after some time

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    I am sorry. I am at work and had to step away.

  25. anonymous
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    Maybe this would be better. 20 X _9_*___ 4 3 _____ 3 2

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    i m not getting it

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    (20/9 * X)/(4/3 * 3/2)

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    there is two fractions on the top being multiplied and divided by two fractions on the bottom being multiplied.

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    (20/9 * X) / (4/3 * 3/2)=

  30. anonymous
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    did that help?

  31. anonymous
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    (20/9*x)/(2)=10/9*x

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